Prince William Speaks out During First Appearance Since Pregnancy Announcement

Posted September 14, 2017

After the announcement there's another royal baby on the way, people have been combing through footage and images of the Duchess of Cambridge to find out if she had dropped any hints that she was expecting her third child.

Media gathered with members of the public outside Kensington Palace, in London, today following the palace announced that The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their third child. He also said of his sister-in-law's illness, "I haven't seen her for a while but I think she's OK".

In the official royal statement, it was also revealed that Catherine was once again battling Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG), a type of severe morning sickness that has afflicted her for previous pregnancies. Charlotte has such a sweet and easy temperament; both [William] and Kate have wanted another daughter like her.

Kate Middleton and Prince William were happy to inform that they will become parents in the third time.

Prince William talked about Kate Middleton's third pregnancy.

Saying thank you for the present, she turned to William and joked: "We will just have to have more babies".

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Prince George is four, while Princess Charlotte is two. She suffers from a delicate pregnancy and experiences symptoms of Hyperemesis Gravidarum.

No one knows yet if they are having a girl or a boy, not even the Duke and Duchess, according to sources close to the couple. Kate is being cared for at her Kensington Palace home in London.

Despite Kate's complications, William shared our sentiments about the royal family's new addition, calling the pregnancy "very good news" in what may be the understatement of the century. Harry was last seen publicly with William and Kate on August 30, to honor Princess Diana with a memorial garden.

The Royal Family, the Twitter handle for Queen Elizabeth, reacted by retweeting Kensington Palace's announcement.

The palace declined to say when the new baby was due, but a spokeswoman confirmed to AFP that Kate "hasn't reached the 12-week stage yet".